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Other languages were designed for use with manual memory management, but have garbage collected implementations available ( e. g., C, C ++).
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Other widely spoken Afroasiatic languages are Amharic, the national language of Ethiopia, with 18 million native speakers ; Somali, spoken by around 19 million people in Greater Somalia ; and Hausa, the dominant language of northern Nigeria and southern Niger, spoken by 18. 5 million people and used as a lingua franca in large parts of the Sahel, with some 25 million speakers in total.
Other languages may use a Semitic abjad with mandatory vowel diacritics, effectively making them abugidas.
Other languages, such as Thai Sign Language, developed as a creole of ASL and indigenous sign ; a similar situation may have occurred with Malaysian Sign Language, which in turn was the base of Indonesian Sign Language.
Other languages use fricative and often trilled segments as syllabic nuclei, as in Czech and several languages in Democratic Republic of the Congo, and China, including Mandarin Chinese.
Other major languages, such as Java and C ++, have nothing similar to the CPAN ( though for Java there is central Maven, and C ++ has the Boost C ++ Libraries ).
Other languages with more than one million speakers are Hadia ( 1. 6 million ), Kambata ( 1. 4 million ), and Afar ( 1. 5 million ).
Other speech varieties include: standard languages, which are standardized for public performance ( for example, a written standard ); jargons, which are characterized by differences in lexicon ( vocabulary ); slang ; patois ; pidgins or argots.
Other languages, such as Spanish, have mostly alphabetic orthographies that employ letter-sound correspondences, so-called shallow orthographies.
Other languages also have a separate word for a full day, such as vuorokausi in Finnish, ööpäev in Estonian, dygn in Swedish, døgn in Danish, døgn in Norwegian, sólarhringur in Icelandic, etmaal in Dutch, doba in Polish, сутки ( sutki ) in Russian, суткі ( sutki ) in Belarusian, доба ́ ( doba ) in Ukrainian, денонощие in Bulgarian and יממה in Hebrew.
Other colourful nicknames are found in other languages ; in Hungarian, for instance, the double bass is sometimes called nagy bőgő, which roughly translates as " big crier ," referring to its large voice.
Other Afro-Asiatic languages belonging to the Cushitic branch are also widely spoken in the country.
Other languages that use the ergative case are Georgian, Chechen, and other Caucasian languages, Mayan languages, Mixe – Zoque languages, Wagiman and other Australian Aboriginal languages as well as Basque, Burushaski, Hindi, Yaghnobi and Tibetan.
Other constructed languages have been hindered from developing a stable speaking community by continual tinkering.
Other languages with only local ( if any official ) status: Marquesan ( North Marquesan, South Marquesan ), Puka-Pukan, Rarotongan ( Cook Island Maori ), Tuamotuan, Mangarevan, Tubuaian and Rapan.
The MediaWiki software has an additional feature which uses similar notation to create automatic interlanguage links — for instance, the link < code >< nowiki > de: InterWiki </ nowiki ></ code > ( with no leading colon ) automatically creates a reference labeled " Other languages: Deutsch | ..." at the top and bottom of, or in a sidebar next to, the article display.
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Other lettermen from the team that compiled a 21-9 record and finished as runner-up in the National Invitation Tournament were: Art Hambric, Donnell Reid, Bill Nordmann, Dave Harris, Dave Luechtefeld and George Latinovich.
Other witnesses, after appearances before the jury, which reportedly is probing into possible income tax violations, disclosed that government prosecutors were attempting to connect Stein and his company with a number of gangsters, including Glimco and Alex.
Other reasons mentioned by one-third or more of the builders were `` resistance to high interest rates, cost advantage of buying over renting has narrowed, shelter market nearing saturation and prospects unable to qualify ''.
Other people were doing it, too, sitting all along the wide banisters and leaning over the parapets above, watching the azaleas mass, or just enjoying the sun.
* That ethnographic work was often ahistorical, writing about people as if they were " out of time " in an " ethnographic present " ( Johannes Fabian, Time and Its Other ).
Other innovative elements were the construction of underground car parking and separate lifts and stairs for the owners and their servants.
Other minor battles were won by Hasan Ali Shah before he arrived in Shahr-i Babak, which he intended to use as his base for capturing Kerman.
Other burhs were sited near fortified royal villas allowing the king better control over his strongholds.
Other Greek cities set up democracies, and even though most followed an Athenian model, none were as powerful, stable, nor as well-documented as that of Athens.
Other scholars have even said that Luke wrote this apology in order to support Christians who were becoming allies with local Roman officials.
Other less commonly used nicknames were the " Gridbirds " ( used only by a local newspaper columnist ) or " Cardiac Cards " ( used only to refer to the 1975 team ).
Other ancient historians and philosophers believing in the existence of Atlantis were Strabo and Posidonius.
Other festivals were supervised exclusively by the Curule Aediles, and it was often with these festivals that the Aediles would spend lavishly.
Other anti-war demonstrations were organized by the antiglobalization movement: see for example the large demonstration, organized against the impending war in Iraq, which closed the first European Social Forum in November, 2002 in Florence, Italy.
Other species of wild bovines were also domesticated, namely the wild water buffalo, Gaur, and Banteng.
Other aediculae were small shrines within larger temples, usually set on a base, surmounted by a pediment and surrounded by columns.
Other Flexowriter characters that were found a use in Atlas Autocode were: in floating-point numbers, e. g. for modern ; to mean " the second half of an Atlas memory word "; for the mathematical pi number.